From The Nest

Ep. 04 Being Brave With Abbie McG: Caroline Morrison of Soul Arts Wellness Studio

April 10, 2017

I'm thrilled to introduce you to Caroline Morrison, multi-dimensional energy practitioner and owner of Soul Arts Wellness Studio in Portland, Maine. Since leaving her life in commercial real estate banking 8 years ago, she now considers herself to be a spiritually focused entrepreneur. She specializes in helping clients unravel old, outdated emotional patterns through Ayurvedic-inspired releasing techniques and the vibrational medicines of sound and color light therapy. Her major focus is on the energy field around the body, including the chakras, the mind and thought to facilitate profound positive shifts in wholeness. She is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and a Professional Member of NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association). Caroline grew up in a small town in Maine, and now resides in Portland, Maine. She loves hiking, long walks, yoga, the ocean, eating out at great restaurants and doing most anything with great friends and family! 

Caroline is on a personal mission to facilitate a deep understanding of ourselves as energy beings first and foremost, including an understanding of the mind, what it is, and where it resides. She emphasizes that the mind is energy too - a flow of thought, that pervades the entire being from the physical cells to the subtle latticework of energy surrounding the body. Caroline believes that the body is a crystallization or representation of the mind, and that the auric energy field around the body is a thinking, feeling force field and the quality and frequency of this field of energy determines your health and level of joy.

We’ll talk about the myth of warrior-style bravery and give you a different picture of what living a brave life really looks like. See, I’ve come to realize that there’s a myth about bravery - that bravery looks strong, fierce and warrior-like - and I want to show listeners that bravery is not only about exhibiting strength, but also about authenticity (being who you REALLY are), setting boundaries (knowing what your value is), and acknowledging fear and vulnerability (showing emotions and talking about your story). I’ve seen time and time again that when we get to know ourselves, share our stories, and allow ourselves to be vulnerable as well as strong, we come out more courageous on the other side.

It is my hope that the stories shared on "Being Brave With Abbie McG" will inspire you to push through the doubt, believe in your authentic self, and become just a little more brave with your own life.

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